Whether you want to re-organize and declutter your living space or simply design a more effective home office, (or avoid costly mistakes when doing any home remodeling), Kathryn Weber can show you how, in her book, Living Space: Simple Steps to Transform Your Home [Kindle Edition]. Living Space is a DIY (Do-It-Yourself) guide to re-organizing your home in ways that support your wants and needs. Weber helps you creates better energy, the feng shui way.
Whether you want to be an entrepreneur, or just act like one, Bill Schley can show you how in his book, The Unstoppables: Tapping Your Entrepreneurial Power. This books puts lessons from the world’s greatest masters on fear, risk, failure, and innovation-on-the-fly, right at your fingertips. And, you can use the six rule sets that make entrepreneurs succeed, whether you are a start-up or a big company … or a start-up within a big company.
Should you focus on incremental changes or disruptive innovation? If you simply keep making small, incremental improvements, can you survive or thrive in the market? According to Luke Williams, you can’t. In the book, Disrupt: Think the Unthinkable to Spark Transformation in Your Business, Luke Williarms argues that to survive and thrive in the market, you need to BE the disruptive change and be the only one who does what you do.
Innovation is a new idea, method, or device. This is my hand-crafted collection of the best innovation quotes. It’s a comprehensive collection of great thoughts on innovation by great thinkers including Edison, Mozart, Michael Porter, Peter Drucker, Seth Godin, and more. I’ve also include a special section to light up what Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, and Walt Disney teach us about building a culture of innovation.
Thomas Edison used personal invention quotas: 1 minor invention every 10 days, and 1 major invention every 6 months. Not bad. But you can do better. Just think of how much information is at your fingertips. The key is not to focus on the quota. Instead, you focus on asking better questions.
Here are my Walt Disney quotes at a glance. He was a dreamer and a doer. Disney taught us to dream big. He resented the limitation of his own imagination. His life’s work was a labor of love and his simple formula was this: dream, diversify, and never miss an angle. His business was happiness. He brought tears and smiles to kids, young and old, around the world.